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Old 01-25-2011, 02:57 PM   #16
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mm ok then how to do it ?
 
Old 01-25-2011, 02:58 PM   #17
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thanks theNbmor but even when i used it on MS OS system i got an error undefined ref and i use a header (dos.h) that contains int86() ...can be another error not related to the header ! mm actually i have a dos.h that dont contains the int86() but i downloaded new one contains int86() and then i got that erro ( undefined reference int86())
Not all MS OS's are equivalent. Any x86 OS that runs in protected mode will not support the use of BIOS interrupts. See my prior post that explains why you can compile the code, but not link it. Simply having the header file(s) is not enough to build a runnable executable. You need to have the code library that instantiates the declared function(s).

You have been given the correct advice numerous times in this thread. It would serve you well to heed it.

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mm ok then how to do it ?
For graphics modes: X, Qt, GTK, Motif...

For text/character modes: ncurses

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aha thanks for that explanation dugan
 
  


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